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How Kelli O'Hara Honors Her Late Friend Onstage Every Night

How Kelli O'Hara Honors Her Late Friend Onstage Every Night

By John Carucci | Mar 15
Kelli O'Hara was devastated by the recent death of fellow Broadway veteran Marin Mazzie, so she decided to honor her friend quietly onstage as she performs one of Mazzie's old roles in the latest revival of "Kiss Me, Kate."

 Review :: Daddy

Review :: Daddy

By Rob Urbinati | Mar 14
"Daddy" is surprising, provoking and unique. This bold work raises a multitude of complex psychosexual questions, and answers none.

'The Audacity!' :: Charlotte Meehan and Tara Brooke Watkins on Sleeping Weazel's Important New Work
Boston, MA

'The Audacity!' :: Charlotte Meehan and Tara Brooke Watkins on Sleeping Weazel's Important New Work

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 14
Multimedia theatre company Sleeping Weazel has always pushed the boundaries on Boston stages. Now they have our thoughtlessly sexist culture in their sites, and they aren't holding back. Their weapons? Voices of experience. Fearlessness. And "Audacity."

 Review :: Sophia's Choice: A Lost Golden Girls Episode
Boston, MA

Review :: Sophia's Choice: A Lost Golden Girls Episode

By Robert Nesti | Mar 12
"Sophia's Choice: A Lost Golden Girls Episode" is a smart take-off rooted in good old-fashioned bitchiness and '80s nostalgia delivered by a delightful cast.

'Come From Away,' Mean Girls' Highlight Broadway in Boston  2019-2020 Season
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'Come From Away,' Mean Girls' Highlight Broadway in Boston 2019-2020 Season

Mar 12
Broadway In Boston, Boston's mainstage for Broadway, has unveiled the upcoming 2019-2020 Lexus Broadway Season during its annual announcement event at the Citizens Bank Opera House.

 Review :: Romeo and Juliet
Boston, MA

Review :: Romeo and Juliet

By Ed Tapper | Mar 10
Currently, the Huntington Theatre Company is presenting Shakespeare's classic in a stylish updated production which succeeds on a many levels, but falls short in others.

A 'Bucket List' Role — Nile Scott Hawver on Playing Guy in SpeakEasy's 'Once'
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A 'Bucket List' Role — Nile Scott Hawver on Playing Guy in SpeakEasy's 'Once'

By Robert Nesti | Mar 7
For actor Nile Scott Hawver playing Guy in the musical "Once" was a bucket list role. Currently playing the role at the SpeakEasy Stage's production, he can check it off his list. EDTE spoke to Hawver about the role, the musical & his photography.

 Review :: the Illusionists Live from Broadway
Boston, MA

Review :: the Illusionists Live from Broadway

By Robert Nesti | Mar 6
Whoever thinks vaudeville is completely dead should head over to the Emerson-Colonial Theatre where this revue-like entertainment continues through March 10.

 Review :: Once
Boston, MA

Review :: Once

By Clinton Campbell | Mar 6
Even if this production falls a bit short of what we have come to expect from Speakeasy, "Once" is a lovely little show with a great score. There is nothing challenging or controversial about it. It is just a pleasant evening of theater.

 Review :: Change Comes Hard: 'Hurricane Diane' and 'The Cake'

Review :: Change Comes Hard: 'Hurricane Diane' and 'The Cake'

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 6
Two playwrights have positioned lesbian and female characters front and center, nudging queer storytelling's white cisgender male dominance out of the spotlight.

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